after stating the case as above, proceeded as follows: We are of the same opinion as the Judge was who decreed a dissolution of the injunction. We think the injunction at first was improvidently granted. If the plain, tiffs were taxed with more cost in the suit at law than they were legally bound to pay, their remedy was by a motion in the court of law for a re-taxation of the bill of cost. If the plaintiffs, as the representatives of Harman, were sued on notes and bonds subsequently to the commencement of Dickey’s action on the covenant, they should have plead the apendency of that action, and that the assets would be liable in the first instance to Dickey’s recovery, if effected; and no J . . ; , assets ultra. W here a party has a plain remedy at. law, ana neglects to avail himself of it, he has no right to ask relief in equity- The decree must, we think, he affirmed with COStS.
Per Curiam. Decreó accordingly.